Friday Hot Reads: Growing Use Of ETFs By Endowments

May 26, 2017

Compiled by Staff


Growing Use Of ETFs By Endowments (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg analyst Eric Balchunas says U.S. college endowments are increasingly using ETFs as investment tools.


Should Frontier Markets Have A Role In Your Portfolio? (Morningstar)
Though they can be illiquid and higher risk, they can provide diversification and additional growth opportunities.


Investors Flock To Pakistan ETF Before Emerging Market Entry (Bloomberg)
The Global X MSCI Pakistan ETF (PAK) is on course for the biggest monthly inflow since it started two years ago.


Oil's Woes Not Bothering This ETF (Investopedia)
The SPDR MSCI Emerging Markets Fossil Fuel Reserves Free ETF (EEMX) eschews shares of fossil fuels producers.


This ETF Tracks One Of Europe's Hottest Markets (Investor’s Business Daily)
Eyes are on Brexit and France, but it’s Poland that’s the quiet winner among European markets, with the iShares MSCI Poland Capped ETF (EPOL).


There Cannot Be An ETF Bubble (Seeking Alpha)
Research and reporting from major news sites warn of imminent ETF bubble doom, yet practitioners disagree. 


Reflation (As We Define It) Has Room To Run (BlackRock)
Reflation means different things to different people. We explain why reflation has room to run.


Is Efficient-Market Theory Becoming More Efficient? (Economist) 
Theory is changing traders' behavior. And vice versa. 


Why The Strategist Who Called '90s Tech Bubble Says It's Different This Time (CNBC)
Veteran strategist Ned Riley, who's known for warning investors during the dot-com boom, isn't sounding the alarm this time around.



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